After a quiet Sunday, light snow arrives in the area for the evening and is expected to wrap up after midnight. Our area could see anywhere from 1-2" of snow with isolated pockets up to 3 inches possible. Winds will be light out of the southeast at 3-8 mph with overnight lows in the mid teens.
While the work week starts off on a quiet note, the next several days are going to be active with multiple chances for accumulating snow. Monday will be mainly cloudy with highs in the upper 20s. Monday night will be our next chance for light snow, but there could also be a chance for a wintry mix at times. Expected snow totals look to stay under an inch. Dry and cloudy skies will be in store for Tuesday with highs near 30 degrees. Temperatures will be falling throughout the day with blustery winds.
Temperatures really cool down for the midweek with highs in the mid teens for Wednesday with a chance of light snow. Minor accumulation is possible and looks to stay below an inch. High pressure will take control of the region for a short time on Thursday, bringing back the sunshine and giving us a break between snow events. Temperatures only look to manage the lower single digits so make sure to dress warmly.
Friday and Saturday will bring yet another chance for snow the region, but it's still to early to tell how much of a snow maker this system will be, so stay tuned for additional updates. Temperatures will remain below average, but warm slightly into the low and mid teens. Partly sunny skies are possible by Sunday.